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What Should I do with my African American Studies Degree?

Miller Learning Center (MLC) 150

This event offers space for a wide range of students to hear from humanities alumni regarding their degrees and careers. AFAM alumna, Conrhonda Baker ( Sociology and African American Studies Degree), is among the speakers. Baker currently works in philanthropy at Howard Gilman Foundation. 

This panel conversation is presented by: The Humanities Council, The Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, The UGA Mentors Program, Career Center, Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO), and Franklin College of Arts & Sciences. 

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Study within African American cultural history provides a basis for understanding political, social, and economic relations throughout human history.